The Frontier Delaware is Auto-Trail’s contribution to the island-bed trend that has taken the 2008 model year by storm. The Delaware made its debut at the Shepton Mallet show in January 2008, before taking pride of place 
on the Auto-Trail stand at February’s NEC show.

The advantages of a walk-around bed are obvious 
– no longer any need for one partner to clamber over the other to answer the call of nature in the middle of the night. The disadvantages are that a sizeable chunk of your vehicle’s living space is redundant during the day.

Our test ’van came in luxury two-berth guise – that is, the low-line roof option, with 
a transverse lounge up front. An optional high-line roof, 
and a lounge dinette with three-point seat belts on the forward-facing passenger seat, are both available as an option. The Delaware is also available on the rear-wheel drive Mercedes Sprinter base vehicle.